Web-based Anti-UCE Client – Design and implementation

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Web-based Anti-UCE Client – Design and implementation

Unsolicited Commercial Email (UCE) is becoming far more than an inconvenience that can be overcome with a few presses of the Delete key. It is a severe hindrance to business productivity and is limiting the effectiveness of the otherwise invaluable tool of electronic mail. The aim of this project is to conduct an analysis into the phenomenon of Unsolicited Commercial Email, considering the methodologies employed by its senders and the measures taken to prevent or intercept it at its destination. This analysis is to culminate in the specification and development of a Web based email client application that offers protection from UCE for users of remote systems. The project achieved the implementation and deployment of the email client, which can be accessed via any computer with an Internet connection and a browser. It is a registration based service that acts as an interface for user’s existing POP3 email accounts, the motivation for which being the lack of UCE filtering facilities inherent to most ISP based accounts (at least without extra, not insignificant, cost). This system not only offers UCE filtration but allows account holders to configure their level of protection by building custom content filter rules that are recalled and applied each time that user logs on. The defence is further enhanced by the use of easily customisable whitelists and blacklists. 57